Paul Clarke, Gleaner Writer
Raptors and Avalanche will seek to make a winning start in the Western Basketball Association Hi-Lyte Basket-ball Championship, when both meet in a 6:30 matchup at Montego Bay Cricket Club this evening.
The competition got under way on Sunday with a double-header, when Daniel Henry had a good day - scoring a game-high 26 points - to carry Tornadoes to a 26-point blowout over J-Hawks
Henry was most destructive in his assault of the J-Hawks, also pulling down 13 rebounds to go well with three assists and two blocked shots in an all-round display that buried the J-Hawks from as early as the first quarter.
Curtis Anderson was the high man for J-Hawks with 12 points and two rebounds, while Leighton Kerr chipped in with 11 points and 15 rebounds.
Tornadoes dominated the entire game, winning all quarters 24-16, 19-12, 19-10 and 10-8 for their easy victory.
Meanwhile in Sunday's other game, Knights stopped Warriors 56-41, with David Malcolm pouring in 21 points for the victors. Jamoi Richards contributed 14 points and six assists in the win.
Andrew Dixon scored 11 points and had five rebounds for the Warriors, with Brian Quest's seven points and 15 rebounds their next best effort.